Three new ones Starfield followers provide insight into some of the places you want to visit in Bethesda’s space RPG.
The three short videos, narrated by design director Emil Pagliarulo, were recently released to fans who had signed up for Starfields Constellation updates, and have since gotten to the game’s subreddit.
The first of the three videos takes fans to New Atlantis, the capital of the United Colonies. Speaking of dynamic concept art, Pagliarulo explains that UC is “the most powerful established military and political faction in the game.” New Atlantis is “a true melting pot”
The second video is set in the pleasure city of Neon. The town’s founders were built on top of an old fishing platform that uncovered a fish with “psychotropic properties”, and used this fish to sell “Aurora”, a substance that is only legal within the city limits.
The third and final video takes players to Akila City, the capital of Freestar Collective, “a loose association of three different star systems.” Based on ideals of freedom and individuality, Akila is far less high-tech than Neon or New Atlantis, and the walls are a necessary protection against alien predators – “a cross between a wolf and a velociraptor” – that roam beyond.
Bethesda offered the first proper look at Starfield at E3 2021, and confirmed Release Date for Starfield and the Xbox exclusivity. That supporter explored the horrors of the game’s spaceflight, but these short clips are without a doubt the clearest image we’ve had of the galaxy that Bethesda has created. Starfield is not yet launched until November 2022, so it’s good time for a more detailed look, but we can wait a few months for that.
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